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Canada bombing, Harvey Weinstein, Irish abortion referendum
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Euronews brings you the latest news and updates as it happens this morning.


Good morning Europe, today we're watching:

  • Two male suspects detonate bomb in Ontario restaurant Two suspects have detonated a bomb in a restaurant located in a suburb of Ontario injuring several, three critically. Police say they have fled the scene.

  • Donald Trump cancels North Korea summit: North Korea says Kim Jong Un is still willing to meet Donald Trump "at any time and in any way," after the US President abruptly canceled a meeting with the North Korean leader in June.

  • Harvey Weinstein delivers himself to New York police: The infamous movie producer Harvey Weinstein is expected to turn himself to police today after multiple women accused him of sexual harassment.

  • Irish abortion referendum: Irish citizens will vote on Friday in a historic referendum whether to repeal or retain the country’s near-total ban on abortion.

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